Crafted from upcycled, leftover fabric, our versatile bandanas are part of our zero-waste initiative—they also add the perfect pop to any outfit. The Mudra bandana marks the return of one of our favorite prints from seasons past. This joyful design is hand block printed on silk, and the muted salmon color is achieved with natural plant dyes.
Size: 20” x 20”
Process: naturally dyed and hand block printed
Sustainably made in India
Take care: Hand wash in cold water with like colors using gentle detergent and line dry.
Our garments are hand-crafted, making every piece unique. Please note that patterns and colors may vary.
About the Brand
Slow clothing, traditionally crafted
Free domestic shipping on orders over $150 from Seek Collective
Seek establishes connections between art, product, consumers, and makers. Every Seek Collective garment involves hand block printing, natural dyeing, handloom weaving, and/or hand embroidery by artisans in India. These processes embody the slow clothing movement, as many of these techniques take at least two months to complete even before stitching begins. While their artisan partners are both women and men, the final stitching is done with a womxn-owned studio in Bangalore.
Based in Berkeley | Produced in India